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2018 Emerging Writers’ Festival Edition

25 June 2018
The Wheeler Centre
Emma Marie Jones, Odette Kelada, Sumudu...

New and emerging writers?

Oliver Phommavanh’s Storytelling Workshop

2 July 2018
The Wheeler Centre
Oliver Phommavanh

Are you a 'cHEwY gum gum', looking for ways to bring your wildest story ideas to life? Look no further!

Hot Desk Edition #1

2 July 2018
The Wheeler Centre
Amanda Anastasi, Ra Chapman, Triana Hernandez,...

In this edition of the Next Big Thing, glimpse works-in-progress from our first intake of 2018 Hot Desk...

The Big Grapple: Loving and Loathing New York City

2 July 2018
The Wheeler Centre
Sami Shah, Dave Graney, Brodie Lancaster, Sally...

New York, we love you … but you’re bringing us down with your sloppy pizza slices, your stinky subway and...

How to Win a Nobel Prize

3 July 2018
The Wheeler Centre
Lorna Hendry and Bernard Caleo

Mary may only be small, but she has a big dream.

Oliver Phommavanh’s Storytelling Workshop in Warrnambool

3 July 2018
The Wheeler Centre
Oliver Phommavanh

Are you a 'cHEwY gum gum', looking for ways to bring your wildest story ideas to life? Look no further!

Take Charge: Autonomy in Older Age

3 July 2018
The Wheeler Centre
Ranjana Srivastava , Supriya Mohile, Melanie...

How do we ensure we get the health care we want, and deserve, in later life?

In Other Words: Jorge Carrión on Translation

4 July 2018
The Wheeler Centre
Jorge Carrión

We often talk about what is lost in translation.

Tracey Spicer

10 July 2018
The Wheeler Centre
Sally Warhaft and Tracey Spicer

In a journalism and media career spanning three decades, you could say Tracey Spicer has seen it all.